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The stylist, and former muse of Corinne Day, is the subject of a new book, shot by photographer Zoë Law and published by IDEA. Not that she'd call herself a muse.
As the British-Yemeni designer prepares to show her latest collection at London Fashion Week, THE FACE heads to her hometown of Sheffield to discuss culture, community and spreading a message through clothes.
Here are some gifts for the Phoebe fan who couldn’t quite stretch to £3k for a pair of trews.
The creative director introduces halter necks, tight leather and metallic suiting for a generation hell-belt on breaking the sartorial binary.
Twenty-five years after British South Asians first broke into mainstream culture, a new wave of young brown talent is bringing a collective burst of cultural excitement, racking up big ideas rooted in politics, sexuality, race, nightlife and modern-day romance.
The natural-born rebel discusses making art to shock, performing seances in school toilets and her part in the Tate’s new Women in Revolt exhibition.
High street cred: On a sunny-ish afternoon, Soho’s fashion-forward shoppers told us about their buying habits – and we had a good look at their killer outfits, too.
As part of its new Made Strong campaign, Dr. Martens welcomed Kelsey Lu, Venus X and Hank K to the New York stage for a full-on rager.
Since 2010, Beat has blended music genres with a punk ethos and a Mystic Meg eye for emerging talent.